Thursday, 5 June 2014
Obama makes 'absolutely no apologies' for Bergdahl terror trade and dismisses anger as controversy 'whipped up' in Washington
Obama appeared in Brussels alongside British Prime Minister David Cameron during a G7 meeting in Brussels
insisted that 'we had a prisoner of war whose health had deteriorated,'
despite a fit-looking Bergdahl who appeared in a Taliban video during
Saturday's hostage hand-over
Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday that giving Congress 30 days'
notice, as federal law requires, 'would have seriously imperiled us ever
getting him out'
Hagel said the decision to swap five Taliban leaders for Bergdahl was 'unanimous' inside the West Wing of the White House
The president dismissed a swarm of objections from Congress as 'par for the course' when he makes tough decisions
Sen. Ted Cruz says he will introduce a bill ordering the halt of all detainee deportations from the Guantanamo Bay prison camp
Posted by ItsFairComment at 20:33